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CNX 203: Propaganda and Genocide

Evaluating Information Activity

Below are links to four different sources. In groups you will look at one of these sources to determine:

  1. What type of source are you looking at? 
  2. Is this source credible? What are your criteria to determine this?
  3. How might you use it in your research? 

Please have someone in your group write down the responses to these questions. You will have 5-10 minutes to answer the questions and then we will share as a group. 

DISCOVER

Search DISCOVER for books, ebooks, movies, articles, & more. 

 

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Encyclopedias and Dictionaries

Reference materials can be great places to go to find background information when you're just getting started. The library has a large print reference collection, but these two databases also contain a great deal of helpful material. 

Recommended Databases

Search in the databases to find scholarly articles on your topic. For search strategies take a look at the "Search Tips" page on this guide. 

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